I just came across this great resource for movie clips for learning. It’s a subscription service called WingClips.
WingClips, LLC, has secured the right to offer and provide trailers and/or short segments (“clips”) of certain films to organizations for use during religious services and/or teaching presentations to illustrate sermon messages and/or teachings. Each clip is edited down to somewhere between 30 seconds and five minutes.
You have a choice to set up an account as a monthly subscription, whereby you get a certain number of “credits” for clip downloads each month, or “Pay as you Go,” in which you buy a set number of credits as a one-time purchase.
When I contacted the folks at WingClips to confirm that trainers can use the clips as well as teachers. And the short answer is YES, “We absolutely encourage all types of corporate users to utilize our services to grab movie clips for learning. Just make sure to adhere to the terms and conditions in our Subscriber License Agreement.
One of our visitors added this additional information about another service called ClipShout. Mitch explains, ClipShout.com is another great site for movie clips. They are a subscription-based streaming service (starting at around $8 a month with unlimited streaming of clips). This service is best for teachers that show clips often and do not need to download them. Both sites, WingClips.com and ClipShout.com have their content searchable by topics/themes and have many of the same popular movie titles.
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